A promising young football player for premier league team Aston Villa could be forced to remain at home while his team-mates jet abroad for a top European game – because he will almost certainly not be allowed back into Britain.
With Yellow Card student applications for Bulgarians and Romanians taking 3 to 6 months to process, getting it right first time is vital. Bulgarians and Romanians exercising treaty rights as students under Yellow Card registration certificates are reporting that their applications are taking between three and six months to be processed and approved by the UK Border Agency Full story…
MP and Shadow Health Minister Diane Abbott has apologised for any offence caused by comments she made on Twitter, after claims they were racist, the BBC report.
In a different slant on the continuing speculation over net migration figures, the Guardian reports that thinktank IPPR claims government is still unlikely to fulfil pledge of cutting net immigration to ‘tens of thousands’, but it will fall anyway partly due to the economic conditions.
Immigration to Britain will fall sharply this year, a think-tank said this week – but will fall short of the Prime Minister’s target, the Daily Mail reports.
The Institute for Public Policy Research (ippr) claimed that net migration – the difference between the number of people arriving in the UK, and those leaving – would be […]
Bangladeshi student wins Article 8 ‘private life’ appeal in Upper Tribunal to remain in the UK. Thousands of foreign students could win the right to settle in Britain once their courses have finished, following a landmark appeal ruling by judges…
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